Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the cost of inWORD? Is it free?
A: inWORD uses a subscription model at $9.95 per year for the Windows (desktop) version for 1 PC. If you wish to install inWORD on more than one Windows PC, click here for multi-PC discounts. For the mobile versions, the subscription cost is $4.99 per year. Updates are free while a subscription is active.
Q: Do you have a demo/evaluation version that I can use before I make the decision to purchase?
A: From the menu bar at the top of our home page you will find a “Download” menu item. This will allow you to download inWORD for Windows. (Or you may click here.) Once downloaded and installed, you may use the software until you are at the point where you decide to purchase a subscription. Until a subscription has been purchased and activated, you will not be able to print from within the app, or copy text to the Clipboard. These limitations will be removed after you purchase an annual subscription. As far as the mobile versions are concerned, you may freely install inWORD to your Android or iOS/Apple phone/tablet device and use it without cost. Eventually, however, the mobile versions will begin to reduce certain features if a subscription isn’t purchased after a liberal evaluation period expires.
Q: Does your software (commentaries, articles, etc.) support any specific doctrinal opinion or biblical understanding?
A: inWORD makes available to you a wide collection of commentaries, essays, notes and other resources from commentators of various backgrounds. Authors of this material may be Jewish (non-Christian), Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, un-orthodox, or may fall into none of the above categories. Regardless of their faith background, we are open to making available any Bible associated resources if their work does not undermine or contradict the Bible or the first-century teachings of Jesus and his apostles.
Q: Do you have a statement of faith?
A: We are not a fan of creeds. As Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers, once wrote: “Every year, nay, every moon we make new creeds to describe invisible mysteries. We repent of what we have done, we defend those who repent, we anathematize those whom we defended. We condemn either the doctrine of others in ourselves, or our own in that of others; and reciprocally tearing one another to pieces, we have been the cause of each other’s ruin.” Having said that, although it is not a requisite for employment, The Apostle’s Creed would be a statement of faith/creed that everyone here at inWORD would endorse.
Q: Is there a particular religious group or Christian denomination that funds or sponsors inWORD or that is behind this project?
A: inWORD is not funded by any religious denomination, nor is the project supported by any one particular faith group.